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  • Act I: Valiant and Uncertainty
  • "...But all's too weak; for brave Macbeth (well he deserves the name), disdaining fortune, with his brandished steel, Which smoked with bloody execution , Like valor's minion..." ( Act 1 , scene ii, lines 15-19 )
  • Act II: Ambition and Cruelty
  • "...Give me the daggers: The sleeping and the dead are but as pictures..." ( Act 2 scene ii)
  • Act III: Getting Consumed With Evil
  • "Both of you know Banquo was your enemy" ( act 3 scene i)
  • In Act I Macbeth is valiant and has the title of Thane of Glamis. He is considered brave by many and the king surely knew of his bravery. His uncertainty grows when the three witches visit him saying that he shall be Thane of Cawdor and then king.Macbeth deeply doubts this because the Thane of Cawdor is still alive .
  • Act IV: Turned to the Dark Side
  • "...shall Banquo's issue ever reign in this kingdom?"
  • In Act 2 Lady Macbeth is consumed with ambition and is cruel to her husband. She becomes obsessed with wanting to kill king Duncan and having Macbeth join in on it. When Macbeth kills Duncan lady Macbeth acts las if it were nothing and questions Macbeths manhood.
  • Act V: Macbeths doom
  • "... I will not yield to kiss the ground before young Malcolm's feet ..."
  • In Act 3 Macbeth is begining to be consumed with evil and is now ordering the death of Banquo and Fleance because he wants nothing in the way of his power. He grows crazy with the idea of having all power and is slowly getting consumed with evil.
  • Final Analysis
  • In Act 4 Macbeth is blood thirsty and has completely turn to the dark side. He has already killed Banquo and is now in need of knowing more so he visits the three witches. Macbeth will kill Macduff's family and anyone in the way of making his dream of having all the power come true.
  • " Seek to know no more" ( Act 4 scene i)
  • In Act V Macbeth meets his doom. He is consumed with evil and has no care for anyone or anything including his wife Lady Macbeth who dies from guilt. Macbeth is also killed during a battle with Macduff while saying he will not yield before Malcolm.
  • In the end of the play Macbeth, each character takes many twist and turn and end up getting or becoming something that they feared or predicted in the the first place. The play ended dramatically and with many victories as well.
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